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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
FRIDAY, APRIL 1*. 194?
FOR SALE. Red raspberry plant.-
FOR SALE. Road gravel and drive
$3 per thousand if you dig. Edw say gravel for sale at pit or deliver
Maertens, rt. 1 Estaeada, Ore.
ed. Deep Creek Gravel Co., r t 1, ,box
101,, Boring, Ora.
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
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sim ple -
Follow the simple, direct path o f
power transmission as shown by
the arrows above. Benefits: im x *
¡mum engine horsepower at the
drawbar—fewer moving parts—
less wear. -
ES T A T H E A T R E
WANTED. 20 strawberry pickers.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Watkins were
3 miles east o f Eagle Creek grange Easter dinner guests of Miss Salenr
■•Where You near RCA Sound” the "M efio Voice of the Screen" end
hall on Dover road. Will be ready to Haight of Portland.
__________ see the Best in pictures____________________ _
pick in about a montn. Phone 16-2 or
Frank and Henry Bennett from
call at farm. A. N. Orke.
Camp Lewis spent the week end with
Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19
their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Ben
Cesar Romero and Charlotte Greenwood in
We want giain or feed sacks at nett. Easter Sunday a pot luck din.
"TALL, DARK AND HANDSOME"
once. We have a large contract to ner was seived to fifty relatives ami
fill. Bring us all your sacks now and friends in their honor.
Plus Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes in Zane Grey’s great western
at regular intervals. Tunnell & Sauer,
Mrs. A. J. Ault entertained at a
birthday party Saturday in honor of
“ THE BORDER LEGION”
her sister Perle Crose. Present were
You don’t need much money if
John Halbery, Mrs. F. Berg, Mrs
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, April 20, 21 and 22
you buy a place from me. 40 acres. 5HEARER CLAN HAS
A. E. Byron, Perle Crose, and Zaidee
Errol Flynn and Brenda Marshall in
13 acres been cleared, oldish bam GATHERING LAST SUNDAY
“ FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK”
fruit, well water. $1260. $160 down.
Where there’s peril, there’s Errol plus plenty o f thrills and laughs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shearer o f
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilkinson, Mr.
3 acres on loop highway, fair house
Also Cliff Edwards and his Buckeroos, Mexican Jumping Beam;
some nice timber, $460, $100 down Springwater entertained at a family and Mrs. Ray Wilkinson, and J. J
gathering at their country home Sat. Wilkinson were dinner guests at thg
Lots of other good buys. Geo. Beers urday alternoon, April 5, the event
home o f Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilkinson
Wednesday and Thursday, April 23 and 24
Deing in honor of the 84th birthday o f Gresham.
Bob Burns and Una Merkle in
of John Shearer, brother o f Edward
“ COMING ’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN”
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warner enter-
OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSUR Shearer who entered into the festivi*
Starring Bob Burns, Una Merkle and Don Wilson. The comedy
ANCE CO. has LOWEST RATES. ties as well as other younger members tained Easter Sunday dinner at the
home o f Mr. and Mrs. A. Radfoord.
No assessments, why pay more? As of the clan. It was also the first
Dirthday of Judith Shearer daughter Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A,
sets over $918,660.61. Ask THORNE o f Mr and Mrs. Wm. Shearer o f Port Radford, Mr. and Mrs. W. Radford,,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Corley, Billie, Jack r iim i m i im i i ii i i i i i i m i i i m i m H i i i H i i i i H i i i i i i i i i i i i ii m im i m m m m i i i i n i ii m m i i m i
A WALRAD, Agents. Gresham.—Adv. land.
ie, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Caldo and
Birthday cakes marked the centej
SAWS hammered at my shop or of the dinner table also decorated Miss Florence Revenue.
at your mill. Robt. Jonsrud. Tel San in spring blossoms.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilkinson of
Our Prices Mean a Real Saving to You
The afternoon was enjoyed in fly Portland were Easter Sunday dinner
ing kites, “ horseshoeing” and other guests o f the former’s mother Mrs.
If there is some accessory you want or need for your car and
G. S. Wilkinson.
Dependable Used Tractors, sports.
s you are hesitating about getting it because o f the price, just drop m
Tractors and Horse drawn
Shearer, John Shearer,, ,Mr. and Mrs. day afternoon ten ladies in honor of = at our store and let us show you how far a little money will go in buy,
Wm. Shearer and children, Margaret, Mrs. Rose Brook’s’ birthday.
E ing auto accessories here. Our prices defy competition anywhere.
L John Deere tractor with plow $450 Mary ami Judith o f Portland, Mr and
The Cottrell ladies aid will meet
G P John Deere tractor on rubbet Mrs. Gilbert Shearer and children,
Roy and Barbara o f West I.inn, Mr. at the home o f Mrs. A. J. Ault, Mrs
with extra steel wheels and 2-
For Greater Tire Service at Le*s Cost Equip Your
bottom tractor p lo w ............... $475 and Mrs. Edward Shearer and son A. Brown assisting, Wednesday after
with ZENITHS. Get our Prices.
10-20 I. H. C. T ractor................$175
“ 30” Caterpillar
“ 10” Caterpillar, Hi Clearance.
CARD OF THANKS
Graveley Cultivating tractor.
| Save on Auto Accessories
| C. M . Sparks H a rd w a re C o .
Hessel Implement Company
From April 23rd until
tice the Wade Feed Mill
on Wednesday, Thursday
FOR RENT. Farm house with gar o f each week only.— W.
den spot 3 miles from Estaeada, Renj — Adv.
reasonable. Inquire o f J. H. Tracy,,
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and it’s time now to plant
S W E E T CORN
A small garden will contribute
a great saving for the family lar
der besides the treat o f delicious
Lawn Seed of all Kinds
Poultry Feed* that make strong
healthy chicks and laying hens
Bring Your Farm and Home
Problems to Us
SEE US FOR WEEVIL
Tel. Gresham 5168
Rt. 9, Box 369, Portland
Cor. Birdsdale and Baseline
We will do custom sawing at reas
onable rates or will saw on shares.
Shingles and rough lumber for sale
at all times. Water Wheel Shingle
Co., Estaeada, Ore., Tel. 38-31
We want giain or feed sacks at
once. We have a large contract to
fill. Bring us all your sacks now and
at regular intervals. Tunnell A Sauer,
FOR SALE. Cook stove. Price $10.
J. J. Marchbank. Tel. Estaeada 25-4.
U se d C ar
1940 PONTIAC Delux« Coup«
Under seat H««ter and Defrost«*
1938 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan
Heater and De fro*t«r .
V IO L A
WANTED. Elderly man to work
on small ranch. One that can handle
a team and milk four or five cows.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trimpler, Mr. and
Will pay $16 a month now or morq Mrs. Harry Traylor, Andy Byers,,,
if man is satisfactory. Harold Shel- Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lankins and dau-
hamer, Eagle Creek. Tel. 22-4.
ghiter Eldonna and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Lankins and daughter Doris attended
FOR SALE. Victor spring oats re- the card party at the Harding grange
ackc-u i tid y to go $1.66 hall Saturday evening.
per 100; Gray oats sacked $1.50 per
John and Casper Brugger o f Port-,
100. 2 new horse collars 21in.; one land visited at the Ben Tannler Sr.
6 mo’s old Guernsey bull calf $25 or home Wednesday.
Miss Jean Sandblast and a friend
1931 Chevrolet sedan, good car $65 Miss Betty See stream o f Monmouth
were home for the week end.
1930 Oldsmobile sedan ............... $65
Miss Rosalyn Bettis was honored
wiith a bridal shower last Saturday
1929 Chevrolet coupe, a good
cheap car .................................. $46
1937 International D-2 pickup, re-
1936 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan
Heater ............................. - $395.00
1935 Chevrolet pickup .....
G eo rg e K och
Tel. Gresham 4748. Orient, Oregon
T»l. Sandy, ,431, Sandy, Oregon
Mrs. Roy C. Maxwell recovered
long enough to be brot to her home
in George last Saturday. For all the
expert care bestowed in the hospital
tha lady intimates that home, the
green hill and the lovely mountain
views have it all over the sanitary
walls of a hospital.
U sed C ar
1930 Chevrolet piickup, a good
1936 Chevrolet sedan
We wish to express our sincere and E Estaeada,
heartfelt thanks to our friends and
neighbors for their sympathy and as 'r i i i ii i i i i i i i i i m i i i m m i i i i i i i ii i i H i iiiiiiiiiiiiiM iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH m
sistance at the death o f our beloved
husband and father, son and brother.
Mrs. Coon P. Boyer and Family.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Hawkins,
Mrs. Hattie Hunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lamb and
trade for heifer. Fred Wade, 2%
The way prices are beginning te
miles east o f Eagle Creek Grange Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Traylor o f go up, sugar for instance, looks like
Portland spent Sunday at the home
a repetition o f the last war. Million!
hall. Tel. 16-32.
o f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Traylor.
aires to order over night, inflation or
SEE Harold Shelhamer for paint
what you call it, makes hard lines for
children Jean and Donald o f Portland
ing, papering, kalsomining, carpen spent the week end with Mr. and the farmer whose income does not
try, plumbing, plaster patching and Mrs. Earl Lankins and attended the boost with war labor or profiteer.
Wonder if our president will be able
house raising. Estimates gladly gi card party at the Harding grange to sit on them hard enough so that
little people will not suffer hard
ven. First class work. Eagle Creek.
Ralph Bateson and son Donald of ship.
Oregon. Tel. Estaeada 22-4.
Seaside and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wil
Think it is a good idea to makj
son of Vernonia spent Wednesday
night ?t the home o f Mr. and Mrs. the garden and home canning of var
ious food stuffs a larger project than
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ficken were Sun. ordinary. We must go back to pioneer
day dinner guests at the home o f Mr. ways and be self-sutainlng rather
and Mrs. John Osborne at Estaeada. than dependent upon the many tea
Mrs. Harry Traylor, Mrs. Ed) tured prouucts.
Trimpler and Mrs. Earl Lankins at
the meeting o f Pomona grange
USED CARS & TRUCKS tended
at Warner grange at New Era last
1941 Willys sedan, heater, clean
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew
The stork seems to have a special
and son Bobby o f Estaeada visited
landing fiield in Porter. Last Wed
1941 Plymouth sedan, heater and de
nesday he arrived to Mr. and Mrs,
enls Air. and Mrs. Ben Tannler.
George Orr while pnroute to Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. itldon Lankans and City and left a fine girl. Mother and
1940 Chrysler sedan, heater and de daughters Gwendolyn and Eldonna baby are doing nicely in an Oregon
$975 and Mis. Ernest Evanson Sr. spent City hospital.
Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings had a pleas
Emery Powers at Gladstone
ant Easter surprise when their daugh
1939 Ford tudor sedan, beater. Very
George Dairy and Jack Mattox of ter Vera Van Houten came home for
clean car ..................
Portland visited Saturday at the Ed a two weeks visit front California
Several from this community kept
1938 Willys sedan heater
$37E Bateson home.
Mrs. L. S. Tenney and James, Elva Easter by motoring to Bethel church
1937 Ford sedan radio and
and Elina spent Easter Sunday with where they observed communion ser
vice and feet washing.
heater ...................... .................. $398 .no fon n ei’s parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Shibley at Springwater.
Bro. Joe Yoder and wife from Mo.
1936 DeSoto sedan, very clean
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold o f Port- ! lalla had charge o f the Porter Sunday
school Easter Sunday.
car ............................................ $425 and visited Sunday with Mrs. Nora
Cecil Luckey, wife and daughter
Lankins and Mrs. Ellen Simmons.
1935 Chrysler sedan, good car $325
Sunday dinner guests at the home and Mrs. 0 . E. Luckey o f Hubbard
were Tuesday visitors at the O. E
1935 Plymouth sedan,, heater $345 o f Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bateson were Wisner home.
.vlr. and Mrs. Ernest Evanson Jr. of
Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes o f Gar
1932 Ford tudor sedan, an A -l
field returned home Monday after
car ............... ..... .......- ................$75
staying two weeks at the Wisner
CO TTR ELL
home where Mrs. Rhodes was caring,
for her mother and baby sister.
1931 Buick coupe
1936 PONTIAC 4-door Sedan
1937 DESOTO 4-door Sedan
Heat«r .......- ........ .......... — $495.00
1930 Chevrolet 1 u, ton truck,, haa
flat bed ...................................... $125
1935 Ford V-8 1V4 ton truck has
flat bed .........................
Heaael Implement Company
K lrac Model W tra ctor....... $250
t. sed Tractor plows, single and
Handeman Garden Tractor and
Mowing Machine, Walking Plow,
Used Tractor Tandem Disc
SURER HIGHWAY A T
Phone Oregon City 2-7891
P. O. Box 127
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1D40 Plymouth 4-door sedun
1937 Ford coupe
1939 Dodge coupe, radio and heater
1937 Dodge 4-door sedan
1937 Plymouth 4-door sedan. Com
pletely reconditioned, new paint,
radio and heater.
1936 Plymouth sedan, completely re
BROCK WAY & NELSON
D odg. and Plymouth Dealer.
afternoon at the home of Mu. Wm.
Breen .She received many beautiful
and useful gifts. Misses Freda Marks
vardson, Hazel and Margaret O’ Brien
and Betty Burgess served ice cream,
cookies und coffee to sixty guests.
“ Love is fun,” thot the girl, “ and
even though he is King o f the rackets
he is smooth, he is gay, he is exciting
and life is short.” See Cesar Romero
and Virginia Gilmore in the roman
tic comedy “ Tall, Dark and Hand
some” at the Esta theatre Friday
and Saturday, April 18 and 19. Se
cond feature stars Roy Rogers and
Gabby Hayes in Zane Grey’s grea*
western thriller "The Border Legion’’
Strawberry Root Weevils appear on the surface
of the ground as early as April, tho usually in May
Properly baited fields if badly infested should
increase strawberry production 30 to 50 % .
E ffe c tiv e R ain or Shine
Try G o-W est for the control of Slugs, Earwigs,
Sow Bugs, Grasshoppers, Cut Worms.
Ready to Apply...No Mixing
The killing agent is non-poisonous to warm blood
ed animals, pets, unless taken in large quantities.
G re sh a m S eed &
W. First Street
Dr. J. W . Herns
Weekly or Monthly ^Payments
All Branches of Dentistry Practiced
O ffice above Burmeister & Andresen's store
7th and Main Streets
Oregon City, Oregon
Rooms, 10, 11 and 12
R e v e re n c e , D ign ity, B eau ty
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regardless of price, one of reverence, dignity and
Every wish of those we serve is carried out
in every detail.
Gresham, Or t
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$100 FINES LEVIED IN
Four motorists arrested during the
past few days on Clackamas county
thorofares Monday were found guil
ty in sept rate justice courts but were
given similar sentences o f $100 fines
and a suspended 30 day sentences.
They were Arnold Russell Carlson,.
Oswego sentenced by Judge Harry
Gardner, Oswego; Joe Bronson, Scott*
Mills by Judge W. H. Case, Molalta;
John A. McRae, route 1, Boring by
Judge G. W. Thiessen, Milwaukie and
Hart Rasmussen, Oregon City by
Judge Paul C. Fisher, Oregon City.
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